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... If the cyst is a complex cyst then more information is required. ... (6 replies)
... test comes back normal after that, does that mean the cyst was functional and could not have been cancerous? ... (3 replies)
... Can you get ovarian cancer with met's to bone in just a yrs time? ... (6 replies)

... S. The complex cyst that they were following seems to have resolved, but they found a new small mass that they can't identify. ... (18 replies)
... It is my understanding that endo can only be definitively diagnosed via surgery with biopsy of tissue. Endo implants can be found throughout the pelvis but are not visible on imaging although I have read that an MRI can sometimes give an indication that you may have endo. ... (2 replies)
Ovarian Cyst
Jan 27, 2007
... sacral area. My rheumy told me to have it looked into by my gyno, which I did, but she said it's normal, especially being i've not noticed any pain. Several months after that MRI, I had to have hip MRI's done... ... (1 replies)
... I have been in constant pain for over a month now. I had an MRI and they found an overian cyst on my right side. They did an ultrasound and the lady at the doctor office told me it is a small cyst but she didn't tell me what size it is. ... (6 replies)
... follicur complex cyst with small trace amounts of free fluid. Since this i had my ultrasound again for recheck and at least one looks somewhat suspicous still but i have to wait till the 30th to find out for sure. ... (16 replies)
... I stumbled across your thread looking for possible ideas so that I can ask numerous questions on my visit to the doctor. Today I was told that they found a large heterogeneous solid and cystic mass. Report was vague, but they drew blood to check for Cancer and I am going for a MRI on Friday. ... (5 replies)
... Firstly, that you are sitting with an ovarian cyst that could become cancerous. You have no greater risk of developing ovarian cancer than another women your age who does not have a cyst so this scary statement is completely unfounded in fact. ... (18 replies)
... m so sorry you are going through this. First thing I would do is ask for your pathology reports and medical records so that you can find out exactly what kind of cyst was found, because there are many types of ovarian cysts. ... (2 replies)
... write my whole deal. My former obgyn SUCKED!!! I was bleeding after sex for a few yrs, she finally did colposcopy in 2008 on cervix and said all was normal. ... (3 replies)
... She decided to perform an ultrasound then and there, and found out that I had a cyst "the size of a walnut" on my left ovary. ... (33 replies)
... I don't think I can really help you except maybe to reassure you that perhaps you just have a "tender spot"! Your doctor is right in that if you had developed ovarian cancer two years ago, you would probably be dead by now... or the symptoms would certainly have progressed quite considerably. ... (2 replies)
... But after reading about it, it sounds like it may be high anyway, which will worry me regardless. She did say that my cyst was round and didn't have jagged borders or septations, which I guess tend to be more suspicious, so I'm glad for that. ... (33 replies)
... Anyway, he felt my tummy and asked me to lie on each side as he tapped it to check for fluid. He said that he highly suspects that the cyst is full of fluid as it is 'mobile' and is not solid. At the moment he can't tell which ovary it's coming from as he can feel it mainly behind my belly button. ... (11 replies)
Cancerous cysts.
Feb 14, 2008
... Hi. I have a kinda similiar story and am VERY nervous and scared about ovarian cancer. Basically I have a 4.6 cm complex cyst on my left ovary that has not changed in size since it was first discovered during my first pregnancy in 2004. ... (3 replies)

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